Lincoln County PRIDE Coordinators:
PRIDE Coordinators are volunteers who play a vital role in building PRIDE in communities across the region. The coordinators work directly with the PRIDE staff to schedule cleanup activities, recruit volunteers and track cleanup results. PRIDE Coordinators also assist local officials with the PRIDE programs, including applications.
PRIDE invites all mayors and county judge-executives in our 42 county service area to designate a PRIDE Coordinator. Some communities appoint two co-coordinators. In addition, nonprofit organizations that receive PRIDE grants also can appoint coordinators. The length of a PRIDE Coordinator’s term of service is left to the discretion of his or her mayor or judge.
Please call your local PRIDE Coordinator to learn more about PRIDE in your community.
SKED has continued to operate in Lincoln County, resulting in:
Direct Loans – 7 – totaling $1.6 million – creating 160 new jobs
- Lincoln Manufacturing
- DecoArt, Inc.
- Tillet’s Uniforms
Business Recruitment – 2 – projects totaling $15 million – creating 500 new jobs
- Lincoln Manufacturing USA, Inc.
- Brake Parts, Inc.
Technical Assistance – training 12 entrepreneurs in small business success
- Entrepreneurial SMARTS
J. Matthew Belcher
Stanford/Lincoln County Economic Development Authority
201 E. Main Street, Suite 1
Stanford, KY 40484
|7/27/23||Congressman Rogers’ Request for Nearly $86 Million for Community Projects in Southern and Eastern Kentucky Gains Momentum|
|10/24/19||As Congress Celebrates the One Year Anniversary of Anti-Drug Abuse Legislation, Congressman Rogers Encourages Eastern Kentuckians to Participate in the DEA’s Drug Take Back Day this Weekend|
|4/3/19||Congressman Rogers Invites Local High School Students to Submit Artwork for the 2019 Congressional Art Competition|
|10/22/18||Congressman Rogers Gives Washington Update at Lincoln County Chamber|
|9/19/17||Senator McConnell and Representative Rogers Introduce Bill to Reform Appalachian Regional Commission|
|9/12/17||Rogers Votes for Bill to Improve Firefighter Health|
|8/8/17||$4 Million in Abandoned Mine Lands Pilot Grants Announced for Economic Development and Job Creation in Eastern Kentucky|
|8/4/17||2017 SOAR Summit Draws 1,250 Attendees|
|4/27/17||2017 Congressional Art Competition Deadline May 5|
|4/26/17||Safely Dispose of Unwanted Prescription Drugs on Saturday, April 29|